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  1. Um olhar sobre a escola e a ação docente na sociedade contemporânea: dilemas e desafios

    Neves, Ivone
    O presente artigo tem como finalidade tecer algumas reflexões focalizadas no discurso crítico das teorias sociológicas, em torno da relação da sociedade com a escola e as consequentes determinações e implicações das políticas educativas do sistema educativo português que tem legado à escola e à ação do professor, com particular enfoque no séc. XX e XXI. O contexto da pós-modernidade, com a sua forte vivência de pluralismos de todas as naturezas, afigura-se pois, como um campo fértil para esta reflexão que tem como vetores centrais de análise, a emergência dum novo paradigma de escola que responda a diferentes públicos, de...

  2. Table of Contents Affects of Television as a Natural Educator: Can Television be a Tool as an Informal Educator?: A TRNC

    Assoc Prof; Dr. Aytekin İşman; Prof Dr; Jerry Willis; Fahme Dabaj; Sarem Özdemi̇r; Constructivist Pedagogies

  3. Refining learned repertoire for percussion instruments in an elementary setting. Manuscript submitted for publication

    Donald M. Taylor
    The purpose of this study was to examine teaching effectiveness in an elementary music setting using student achievement as a dependent measure. Because Orff Schulwerk instruction is one of the most prevalent pedagogies in elementary music education, this study examined the rehearsal strategies of recognized Orff Schulwerk teachers as they worked to refine learned repertoire for percussion instruments. Eight instructors and their upper elementary students were videotaped in four regular rehearsals each. Systematic analyses of rehearsal frames in which teachers were work-ing to improve student performance revealed fast teacher pacing and a predominance of instructional directives that were procedural (e.g.,...

  4. Improved approaches of modeling and detecting error patterns with empirical analysis for computer-aided pronunciation training

    Yow-bang Wang; Lin-shan Lee
    Error pattern detection is very helpful in Computer-Aided Pronunciation Training (CAPT). This paper reports the work of modeling and detecting Error Patterns defined by language teachers based on their linguist knowledge and pedagogi-cal experiences. We develop a model generation framework to create the Error Pattern models from existing phoneme models. We also propose a serial structure for integrating Goodness-of-Pronunciation with the Error Pattern detectors. Experimental results and analysis over different approaches for modeling and detecting Error Patterns are presented, and it is found that both the binary classification error rates and the capability of Error Pattern diagnosis can be improved...

  5. In “Cartographies of Knowledge and Power: Transnational Feminism as Radical

    M. Jacqui Alex; Ra Talpade Mohanty Ask; When Is
    journal of the motherhood initiative 67 This paper describes my development of an undergraduate course, “The Politics of Motherhood in Global Contexts. ” I share my process for creating the course and discuss some of the challenges encountered with developing curriculum on transnational motherhood, using feminist, maternal pedagogies. I discuss various methodological approaches to teaching about motherhood globally, and suggest the importance of examining constructions of motherhood and mothering in relation to global political economies, to help students understand the effects of neocolonialism and globalization on almost all aspects of our daily, lived realities. To this end, the content of...

  6. Exploring New Principles and Practices for Management Education

    Jane Schmidt-wilk
    Previous editorials have suggested that our society is undergoing transforma-tions that require us to replace conventional ideas about management with new principles and practices that can help us address myriad economic, envi-ronmental, technological, health-related, and social concerns (Schmidt-Wilk, 2009a, 2009b; see also Gallos, 2008). With this issue of JME, I am delighted to announce that this needed creative process is already underway. The articles in this issue report uncommon perspectives about the role of the individual management professor, the institutional context of management education, and a theory underlying much of management theory. The final article pres-ents a basic course in...

  7. Dialogue as a Basis for the Design of Environmental Pedagogies

    Daniel Fonseca; De Andrade; Marcos Sorrentino
    Colonizing processes take many forms. Although they are generally related to the use of force, they may also happen through subtler means such as ed-ucation, and subconsciously, whenever educational proposals are designed to suit a wide variety of contexts. This essay suggests that environmental pedagogies should be based on a dialogical mindset and methods, where all participants are seen as subjects and there is no desire to coerce, seduce, correct, convert or persuade others. Based on the bibliographical review, the article unveils the concept of dialogue and recommends four important skills for the creation of dialogical spaces. In times when...

  8. Factors of Management Education in India as Perceived by Learners and Providers: An Empirical Study

    Debarshi Mukherjee; Sage Publications
    From the very genesis of management education as a formal discipline of study during early nineteenth century, it has undergone many changes in terms of content development, curriculum development and pedagogy. The systems prevailing in India preach the methodology of classroom lecture with intermittent or limited use of technology tools to impart education. However, under the present setting, the study partakes to find out the perception of students or learners and academicians and corporate or providers of management education towards a winning pedagogy from the myriad of traditional classroom and e-learning pedagogies suiting individual’s learning requirement resulting in higher learning...

  9. Cultural Competency in Nursing Education

    Mikal Black; Terri Soelberg; Pamela Springer; Mikal Black
    This article offers an overview of the GAIN (Greater Awareness in Idaho Nurses) Project which seeks to produce nursing graduates who are competent in providing culturally competent care. A description of the course will describe how interdisciplinary pedagogies have been utilized to provide an integrated course utilizing expcriential1eaming through Service Learning. Results of assessment of student outcomes illustrate the effectiveness of the project in deve10ping eultura1 competence among participants. Introduction & Background One aspect of nursing education includes instilling new graduates with the skill and sensitivity needed to provide culturally congruent care to diverse clients. Nurses serve clients from diverse...

  10. Espaços escolares e não escolares: pedagogias diferenciadas e capacitadoras

    Vieira, Ana Maria

  11. Available online at Datagogies, Writing Spaces, and the Age of Peer Production

    English Faculty; Publications English; Joseph M. Moxley; Joseph Moxley
    This essay investigates how teachers and Writing Program Administrators (WPAs) can use commons-based peer-to-peer technologies to change their roles, to alter writing instruction and literacy genres, and to transform our processes of learning, writing, and collaborating. The essay introduces the term “datagogy ” to theorize about the synergy that takes place when “crowds ” of teachers employ tech-nologies to construct and debate shared pedagogies. The essay juxtaposes the values and ideologies of two metaphorical communities, the Community of Power and the Community of Learning, explores how these communities use and design online learning communities, and concludes that datagogies are unique...

  12. Teaching and learning social justice through online service-learning courses. The International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning. Retrieved from

    Kathy L. Guthrie; Holly Mccracken
    Creating a virtual classroom in which diverse students feel welcome to discuss and experience topics related to social justice, action, and change is a study in the value of connectedness and collaboration. Through a combination of technologies, pedagogies, and on-site experiences, virtual cultures develop that encourage the formation of demanding yet stimulating learning environments in which communications and interactions are intellectually transformative. This article explores student perceptions of their participation in an online service-learning course while working in local service organizations. Qualitative methodology was used to identify the philosophical intersection at which multiple pedagogies meet: social justice, service-learning, civic engagement,...

  13. Constructivist approaches to authoring

    John G Hedberg; Barry M Harper
    This paper discusses the thinking behind MediaPlant, an authoring tool which has been designed to embody several constructivist ideas in its development. It begins with some comparisons with some commonly employed tools and suggests that how the tools are designed to be used poses limitations upon the learning tasks which are designed. The chapter concludes with some examples of how the tools have been used and the types of products that have resulted from its use. Development of educational software has had a long history of use of authoring environments that have enabled instructional designers, rather than programmers, to design...

  14. Singapore: New pedagogies for Islamic religious schools?

    Author(s Charlene Tan; Diwi Binti Abbas; Charlene Tan; Diwi Binti Abbas; Charlene Tan; Diwi Binti Abbas
    This document may be used for private study or research purpose only. This document or any part of it may not be duplicated and/or distributed without permission of the copyright owner. The Singapore Copyright Act applies to the use of this document. Copyright The Korean Educational Development Institute (KEDI) copyrights all of its publications to protect authors and journals against unauthorized reproduction of articles. Rights and permissions regarding the use of KEDI-copyrighted materials are handled by KEDI. Authors who wish to use materials must obtain written permission from KEDI.

  15. When Learning Analytics Meets E-Learning

    Betul C. Czerkawski
    While student data systems are nothing new and most educators have been dealing with student data for many years, learning analytics has emerged as a new concept to capture educational big data. Learning analytics is about better understanding of the learning and teaching process and interpreting student data to improve their success and learning experiences. This paper provides an overview to learning analytics in higher education and more specifically, in e-learning. It also explores some of the issues around learning analytics. Learning Analytics As the amount of educational data grows, it is becoming challenging for higher education institutions to organize...

  16. Creating Instructor Resources as a Student Project

    Susan B. Goldstein
    A media psychology course for third- and fourth-year (upper division) undergraduates was designed around a semester-long active learning project aimed at developing instructor resources. Fifteen students worked both independently and collaboratively to create lecture and discussion modules on 30 topics in media psychology, each supplemented by a set of multimedia resources and a classroom activity with handouts. Students presented their materials to the class and participated in in-depth peer reviews. Through the process of developing instructor resources, students were expected to become familiar with the literature of a specific subdiscipline, and to learn how to (1) evaluate the relative importance...

  17. Insert student here: Why content area constructions of literacy matter for pre-service teachers

    Kristine Gritter; Kristine Gritter; Kristine Gritter Ph. D
    This article explores content area pre-service teacher beliefs about disciplinary knowledge, perceptions of effective content area teaching, and existing beliefs about how to integrate literacy into the content areas. Ten pre-service teachers across ten secondary content areas were asked to describe three important variables in secondary teaching: 1) the knowledge of their content area, 2) characteristics of a successful content area teacher, and 3) literacy activities that would optimally convey disciplinary knowledge to students. Content area responses to the first two prompts yielded comparatively static, teacher-centered notions of knowledge and teaching. However, responses to the third prompt indicated at least...

  18. Am I My Brother’s Teacher? Black Undergraduates, Racial Socialization, and Peer Pedagogies in Predominantly White Postsecondary Contexts

    Pedagogies In Predominantly White; Postsecondary Contexts; Shaun R. Harper
    Much has been written over the past five decades about the experiences of Black students on predominantly White college and university campuses. Willie and Cunnigen (1981) synthesized 130 studies published between 1965 and 1980, many focused on students ’ confrontations with exclusion, racism, racial stereotypes, and toxic campus racial climates. Sedlacek (1987) found similar themes in his review of 20 years of literature on Black undergraduates at postsecondary institutions at which they were minoritized.1 Shown in Figure 1 are increases in undergraduate enroll-ments over a 30-year period; as Black enrollments increased, so too did the number of undergraduates overall. Despite...

  19. L'apprentissage du lean management par le jeu: vers une évolution de la pédagogie pour faciliter le développement des compétences des apprenants

    Houe, Thierry; Guimaraes, Runo
    International audience

  20. Validation of a Programmed Instruction Technique for Driver Education

    Maryse Simonnet; Dan Moukhwas
    Six programmed instruction booklets on driving situations and traffic rules were produced and experimentally tested in several driving and secondary schools. The theoretical steps which led to the completion of this work and the validation experiment which took place after the booklets were released are described. Results showed that these booklets are an effective instructional tool even for self-taught students, but learning is most efficient when they are used in conjunction with a collective course using the same format for presentation. AIM AND SCOPE OF THE STUDY This paper discusses a series of studies un-dertaken by ONSER in search of...

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